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    IIFC her exposure to the rank and file was extremely limited. I believe she had dinner at the Crossroads with a few of the site leaders. She did give a talk but I don't recall any real mingling. She was the one who delivered the "Why" as lack of targetting tech being use. (I still shake my...
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    On second thought, I think it was 1980 and not 1981. Definitely after 78 and before 82. I have to tip my hat at all the people and their valiant efforts. IIYC we rented out Fanieul Hall! I think it was that event. I may be blurring events. For the amount of people involved in Scientology...
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    Not that I can recall. I suspect you need someone who was before my time. Oddly, I've seen no one pop up who was around during the command teams visit. in ?? '74. You might recall a "Boom Boston"event that I believe was in '81. Diana Hubbard was there and a zillion other upper level...
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    Looking back with 20-20 vision, Boston Scientology exposed me to high energy people who knew how to focus but were also a lot of fun. The notion of making the "able more able" is terrific. Inspiring! The comm cycles were priceless and the closeness one feels with other members was great...
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    Boston Scientology failed because it was Scientology. I saw the 70's boom and it was impressive and there were a lot of impressive people. Boston Scientology didn't fail because of misapplied formulae (IMHO). There is no way a Scientology org can survive unless it's endlessly propped up by...
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    https://www.idealorgboston.org/ I looked over the photos of their 50th anniversary. Scary as shit seeing how aged those folks are. Still, it appeared to be a happy event. How one can survive the cognitive dissonance of the greatest gift to mankind shrinking to an invisible organization is...
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